Images must be of a high quality, and accurately depict the work for sale. For editioned works, an image of another work from the same edition may not be used.
While we recognize that it is common practice to use Photoshop or other image editing software on photographs, such software may only be used to provide an accurate depiction of the item for sale.
Editing software may be used to:
- Remove glare from a frame
- Provide color accuracy
Editing software may not be used to:
- Crop out the edge of the image
- Obscure edition, numbering, or inscription information
- Remove condition issues, such as wear, creasing, or foxing
You must also have the right to use the image (or images) submitted. Images from auction houses or third parties may not be used, unless it is of the particular work in question and the rights holder has specifically granted permission.